Hell In A Bucket-> Sugaree, Minglewood Blues-> Althea, Cassidy-> Dupree's Diamond Blues-> Let It Grow Touch Of Gray-> Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> Morning Dew-> Throwing Stones-> Turn On Your Love Light, E: Brokedown Palace
Master Soundboard Cassette > ? > Dat > CDR; Seeded to etree by Steve Barbella
November 22, 2022 Subject:
As a friend of the bands and having been backstage at at least 200+ Grateful Dead shows, the judgement here from some is disgusting! You are so off on your judgement of the drugs used backstage +!!! I hope it makes you feel good! You're way off base and way outta line taking anyone's inventory! I can personally tell you, "Wrong!" This was a trippy show indeed!
Reviewer:Dark Star 101
November 23, 2020 Subject:
Yeah DustTizzle, you are right about the over speedy eyes, it’s really a mess and hard to listen to. God only knows what shenanigans they were up to between sets! Oh well, but always loved Kaiser, and some parts of this show are very nice...
November 22, 2015 Subject:
How much cocaine did Jerry smoke during setbreak??!!!!
That Eyes is fàst as hell and I'm not a fan of the "methamphetamines" speed of some of the years.... But Eyes of the World is and has always been one of my favorite Dead songs, especially the jazzy versions from late fall 1973
December 31, 2012 Subject:
One my favorite shows of the period. The energy of the crowd was ridiculous, Jerry was sizzling and Phil was in full combat mode, dropping bombs like I've rarely experienced. The Morning Dew in particular was truly sick.
November 9, 2006 Subject:
I need some help.
Could anyone send me a couple of MP3s or tell me how to get some of these boards I've been streaming on archive? I dont have my own computer. ( I will soon) Can music files be sent to my email? I know I must sound really fucking clueless...but I'm a late bloomer. I know I can download the audience recordings, but I'm picky about sound. I have a bunch of board quality tapes (JGB Little Feat, James Brown etc.) that Im in the process of having friends convert to CD, then ultimately upload and share.... Can someone point me in the right direction? There are many shows out there that I MUST have ... I have a 3,000 mile drive ahead of me. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Bill
September 15, 2005 Subject:
This is hot '85 Dead
This show is classic in it's spacey and meandering jams of 1985. Listen to the post jam on estimated..bobby screams and the sound is in 'fader' mode or something and his voice has an erie echo effect that is certain to trip out all those in attendance and those of you who listen.
Great estimated> eyes and the morning dew, while tiresome at times, is inspired and each lick is perfectly if not extemporanously played.
Jerry's playing is so right on. I am almost done listening to all of '85 that's on the archive and this could be the best Sugaree of the year.
July 22, 2004 Subject:
Sugaree and Althea
Both of these are great, the highlights of the show for me. Just lovely. Jerry's voice has suffered a lot since the end fall tour back east (also noteworthy are 11-2 and 11-11) but his playing more than compensates.
The second set doesn't do a lot for me, but it's more than worth a listen or five.